If you were any smarter than me or my website, you wouldn’t be making a mountain out of a molehill out of not being able to get the answers.

Moreover, all the answers are available on the website. And even if you can’t find it, all you have to do it ask; like any other person with manners would. I guess that’s why they say ‘empty vessels make the most noise’.

Now, feel free not to come back to my website!

Sincerely,

Ange

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I am glad you find these practice sets useful. You can find the answers to each set by doing a search of their titles. The answers should return in the search results.

Best,

Ange

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Can you please send me a brief calculation?

“Mr Hu had 240 pencils. He sold some of them to Regina and 1/3 of the remainder to Susie. If he had 36 pencils left, how many pencils did he sell to Regina?”

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would like to ask about Question 11, for this revision, the question is..

“The mass for Cube F is 5kg 90g. Cube G is 2kg 960g lighter than Cube F. Cube H is thrice as heavy as Cube B. Find the mass of Cube Z in kilograms”

how is it possible to find Cube Z when there is no models/clues in the question?

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